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If you have photos on your blog or website, this polaroid photo technique will make them catchy and beautifully displayed. First things first, and we need a new 800x800px document in Photoshop. Fill the background with the following color: #f5f5f5.
Your About page may not seem like a top priority to you, but it should be. Your landing page is important, sure. Your product and service listings? Also a big deal. But if you’re not optimizing your About page, you’re … Continue reading
The web and graphic design industry is expanding in leaps and bounds. However, each year brings its own unique surprises. We foresee many trends emerging in the web-design realm with more focus being given on creating less complicated and more … Continue reading
If you’re confused about the difference between a front-end developer and a web designer, you’re not alone. Trying to maneuver through the job market is made more difficult by the different job titles used to label what are virtually the … Continue reading
HTML5 and CSS3 web development has pushed the boundaries of what is possible online. Modern browsers have also jumped aboard the bandwagon to support a multitude of these newer effects. As a designer I have been amazed to find crazy … Continue reading
One of the toughest jobs artists and designers everywhere have is presenting the work to their clients. Many clients don’t have the ability to see exactly what the designer sees in his/her mind and without a clear picture of the … Continue reading
No matter what kind of a website you own, you are going to need a frequently asked questions page to avoid getting repetitive questions from your visitors. This is a page where all the important details are explained so your … Continue reading
So, you are all set to kick off your online business! We welcome you to the club. Definitely you have bought the domain or still thinking about the name? Well, whatever the case may be the fact remains as to … Continue reading
Being your own boss is not as easy and fun as it sounds to be. Undeniably, there are many positive aspects of owning a business and being your own boss but then there is other side of the coin which … Continue reading
Some would say they do not need a website, but a website has numerous functions which we would like to cover briefly.
When DIY website builders start to build their site, there are two major approaches: a) Those who plan, b) Those who do not plan. There is of course many scenarios between these two extremes.
Do you want to create a website but you lack the programming skills? No problem! There are so many great templates on the web, some free and some premium, that it is almost impossible not to find the perfect one … Continue reading
By Jen Kramer Responsive design is about building a website with a grid-based layout, images that resize and media queries, as described by Ethan Marcotte. After Marcotte defined the technique, responsive design frameworks began to emerge that incorporated these principles. … Continue reading